Children’s Water Bottles Recalled by H&M, CPSC Reports

Post On 05-29-2013

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, certain water bottles designed for children are being recalled over a possible issue that could eventually cause a child to choke.

The federal agency has stated that at least 2,900 units of these bottles are affected by this recall. The company decided to issue this recall announcement after H&M received one report involving a child drinking water from one of these bottles when the spout broke off unexpectedly.

Although the component broke inside the mouth of a child, no injuries were reported. You can follow this link to read the full report issued by the CPSC. Affected consumers with the recalled bottles should stop allowing their children to use them. H&M has reported that affected consumers will receive a prepaid mailers to have the bottle returned to the company. Full refunds should be issued to affected consumers upon receipt of the recalled products.